John Tanton

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Remember the early message of Earth Day/Week: anti-population and anti-humanity. With that came not only pro-birth-control, sterilization, pro-abortion, eugenics, racism -- but also anti-immigration. Enter John Tanton, early earth day supporter, and founder of many America First, anti-Immigration charities and non-profits (FAIR, U.S. English, ProEnglish, The Social Contract, and Society for Genetic Education). He was very welcomed early on, and tolerated later on. While the far-left supports all/most of the same causes as Tanton, they don't want to be seen as supporting those things, so there's sort of a love-hate thing going on. He's like their ugly girlfriend, that they want to come over for a booty call, but use their back door in the dark, so the friends/neighbors don't see her visiting.

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In honor of an invented fake-Holiday (Earth Day/Week), my office celebrated voluntary meatless Monday. I'm not sure what one has to do with the other.... what I'm sure of is that celebrating a Holiday invented by watermelon's (green on the outside, red on the inside), loons and kooks, to celebrate peace and balance by taking away people's choices (to get meat), is something so hypocritical, and so the new normal in California.

While I don't really care what causes people support (even stupid ones), I do like people to be informed the on the stupid causes they support, and who is behind them. Detractors of Earth Day claiming it's an green wrapping around Marxist agendas, while the proponents claim, "No. It's all moderate folks just trying to protect our planet and peace". When you research the history of Earth Day, it becomes obvious which side is informed, and which isn't. more...


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Written 2018.04.17